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Only just watched the second episode. Her on the Vespa was amazing. Brilliant physical comedy. Loved when she was taking the helmet off. All the bits with Porshia in the restaurants are great as well.

“Have you got any Oreo cookie cake?”

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Really like the super awkward chats between the Sullivans and the Spillers. Looking forward to seeing how that develops.

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Ooooh, it didn’t really develop very well did it. :grimacing:

Decided to start S1 tonight, so far so intrigued

Sydney Sweeney is enjoyably bitchy, something going on with her and her friend?

Armond is great, hope for some big Nicole Rachel face off

Not quite what I expected but a good start and want to see where this ends up going

Damn. Was about to strut in here with this as my big theory on what is going to happen!

Assuming they make a third series, I was wondering whether J Coolidge will be there again or perhaps one of the cast from this season, such as Chris Soprano, will provide the continuity.

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This is cool

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I think he even described himself as a “nice guy” when he first met Portia :triangular_flag_on_post::triangular_flag_on_post::triangular_flag_on_post:

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“Very negative”

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No, kept deliberately vague I think

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Vague, but, assuming there was one in the sea, they also talked of ‘bodies’ plural at the hotel.

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Quite interested to see how Tom Hollander fits into the storyline. Just kinda grins a bit in Episode 3 but he’s in the credits so presumably more than just a cameo.

Hmmm

Not really buying that Aubrey Plaza’s character wouldn’t just confront her husband

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I thought it was three? One in the sea and two more at the hotel? Could have made that up though.

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Feel like this episode is a great setup for things to really explode in ep5. All the streams are starting to cross

4 eps of S1. Still very intrigued and feel it’s building but not really fully landing quite yet

Though good to have some representation for rimming on tv finally at least

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That bit where Mia and Lucia couldn’t hear each other and just accepted it rather than just move slightly closer to each other was lazy as fuck. Really incongruous with how deliberate and careful this show has been up to this point

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Thought that was a pretty weak filler episode. Still funny in places though, Tom Hollander is having a lot of fun.

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